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  • #31
    Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
    "Wives of the Prophet! you are not like other women provided you have taqwa. Do not be too soft-spoken in your speech lest someone with sickness in his heart becomes desirous. Speak correct and courteous words." [33:32]

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    • #32
      Originally posted by AmantuBillahi View Post

      "Wives of the Prophet! you are not like other women provided you have taqwa. Do not be too soft-spoken in your speech lest someone with sickness in his heart becomes desirous. Speak correct and courteous words." [33:32]
      Marriage talks are supposed to be formal. There's not supposed to be smiles or anything. 

      And if a woman does "innocently" smile - the man should know better than to be infatuated. He shouldn't be so weak. 


       

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
        I'm just highlighting the reality of our condition.

        Take note that these Ayaat are in reference to the best of creation, not us pathetic Muslims in Akhiru Zamman.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Indefinable View Post
          Same. Except for me it is do with the mind of a woman.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by AmantuBillahi View Post

            I'm just highlighting the reality of our condition.

            Take note that these Ayaat are in reference to the best of creation, not us pathetic Muslims in Akhiru Zamman.
            No, I understand what you are saying. 

            You're right. 


             

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            • #36
              Originally posted by AmantuBillahi View Post

              You'd be surprised. An innocent smile is enough to make a man infatuated with a woman.
              Yeah...naive men with the mind of a teenage boy.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Stoic Believer View Post

                Yeah...naive men with the mind of a teenage boy.
                Happens man. It happens. 

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                • #38
                  Sad reality is most people dont know the potential they are talking to and family and friends will lie about the potential to make them look good thus deceiving the other potential

                  so i think its important to get to know the person properly for a while even informally (as long as there is a mehram present from a far it should be permissable) 

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                  • #39
                    How is possible anyone can be possessed and they not know it?

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by asalem View Post
                      How is possible anyone can be possessed and they not know it?
                      Because the symptoms of a possession are not always as severe as people imagine them to be...
                      People who live in glass houses, should not throw stones!~

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                      • #41
                        I've been thinking about this for a while.. how long is long enough to get to know a potential? Even if you met up with them regularly, phone conversations, messages, etc... will you really know them any better? At the end of it all, will they not just show you what they want you to see?

                        What are your thoughts on performing istikhara, putting your full trust in Allah and going with the flow? If it works out - it was meant to be and if it doesn't - Allah has something better planned for you.
                        People who live in glass houses, should not throw stones!~

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Veracity View Post

                          I've been thinking about this for a while.. how long is long enough to get to know a potential? Even if you met up with them regularly, phone conversations, messages, etc... will you really know them any better? At the end of it all, will they not just show you what they want you to see?

                          What are your thoughts on performing istikhara, putting your full trust in Allah and going with the flow? If it works out - it was meant to be and if it doesn't - Allah has something better planned for you.
                          Depends on the individuals but at least until you kind of know how their charachter and personality is and you know some of their good and bad points or habits so when you kind of know them. Its important to speak to them in an informal situatio  where they arent directly infront of family i.e. on the phone alot of people tend to relax and change how they behave and put on less of a show then they would have infront of parents. Of course they can still lie and even show a double life but thats why you shouldnt rush take some time maybe a couple months if need be if you dont know anyone that doesnt properly know him and you dont have proper backround info about him. If you family or close ones know him well then less time is needed because you know his backround history. At lot of people get married without doing research on the person best is through family and friends so someone properly knows the individual. Ask trick questions, sometimes disagree and see how they respond (before marriage but politely not in an argumentative manner)  you wont fully know them till you live with them but atleast try to get to know them properly

                          Of course do istikhara go with the flow but that doesnt contradict what im saying istikhara and going with the flow or what you ' feel' isnt contradictory your still thinking and planning unless you mean just blindly go with whatever no thoughts no checking this is abit reckless. Of course everything is within Allahs qadr and good or bad it was meant to be and is a test from Allah but theres no harm in checking, planning and preparing. You dont have to go like some headless chicken

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Veracity View Post

                            I've been thinking about this for a while.. how long is long enough to get to know a potential? Even if you met up with them regularly, phone conversations, messages, etc... will you really know them any better? At the end of it all, will they not just show you what they want you to see?

                            What are your thoughts on performing istikhara, putting your full trust in Allah and going with the flow? If it works out - it was meant to be and if it doesn't - Allah has something better planned for you.
                            Is phone calls allowed ?

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Veracity View Post

                              I've been thinking about this for a while.. how long is long enough to get to know a potential? Even if you met up with them regularly, phone conversations, messages, etc... will you really know them any better? At the end of it all, will they not just show you what they want you to see?

                              What are your thoughts on performing istikhara, putting your full trust in Allah and going with the flow? If it works out - it was meant to be and if it doesn't - Allah has something better planned for you.
                              Just marry your cousin.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Stoic Believer View Post

                                Just marry your cousin.
                                Paki

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